Poll: Most Hispanics see Trump unfavorably
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The overwhelming majority of Hispanic voters view Donald Trump unfavorably, according to a new survey.

Seventy-nine percent see the presumptive GOP presidential nominee in a negative light, according to the Latino Victory Fund/Latino Decisions/Fusion poll released on Tuesday.

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That total includes 66 percent who see Trump “very unfavorably” and 13 percent who say they feel “somewhat unfavorably” toward him.

Seventeen percent look at Trump favorably, with 8 percent of those respondents saying they see him “very favorably” and 9 percent identifying as seeing the mogul “somewhat favorably.”

Three percent have no opinion or do not know, while 1 percent had not heard of the celebrity billonaire.

Tuesday’s results also found that most Hispanic voters would not cast ballots for Trump if the general presidential election occurred today.

Seventeen percent would pick Trump, including 11 percent who are “certain” about him, 2 percent who are “not certain” and 4 percent who are “undecided" but lean toward Trump.

Seventy-two percent would back Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonHillary Clinton to start new podcast Centrist Democrats insist Sanders would need delegate majority to win President Trump is weak against Bernie Sanders in foreign affairs MORE instead, with 54 percent “certain” about their choice, 7 percent who are “not certain” and 11 percent who are “undecided – lean Clinton.”

Eleven percent remain undecided between Trump and Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

Pollsters additionally found Hispanic voters largely reject Trump’s claim that they “love him” and his policy positions.

Eighty-eight percent said they do not love Trump, while 12 percent said they do.

The Latino Victory Project, Latino Decisions and Fusion conducted its latest sampling of 300 registered Hispanic voters via online interviews from Monday to Tuesday. It has a 5.6 percent margin of error.

Clinton leads Trump by about 3 points nationwide, according to the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls.